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Implicit Religion

IMPLICIT RELIGION refers to people’s commitments — whether they take a religious or secular form.

The study of implicit religion, which began in 1968, suggests our understanding of secular life may benefit from asking whether it contains a religion of its own

Its study has given rise to

Every year in May delegates from around the world gather at Denton Hall, North Yorkshire, to discuss Implicit Religion
Implicit Religion: Journal of the Centre for the Study of Implicit Religion and Contemporary Spirituality (CSIRCS)
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